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New Mexican (Newspaper) - September 28, 1993, Santa Fe, New Mexico ON THE RECORD Tuesday September 28 1993 THE NEW MEXICAN A7 CIVIL suns The following lawsuits have been filed In state District Court In Santa Fe Richard Jr Ogan Deyo petklonfor change for name to Alice Little Star Catellus Development Corp and Smiths Food and Drug Center Inc vs the city of Santa Fe the Santa Fe Cty Council Peso Chavez Larry Delgado Steven G Farber Phil Griego Debbie Jaramillo Oulda MacGregor Frank Montano Art Sanchez and David Sena city manager complaint for declaratory judgment and injunctive relief and petition for writs of mandamus prohibition and certlorari Citicorp National Services Inc Citicorp Acceptance Co Inc vs Abenicio A Maestas Eliza M Maestas and Rita Jacquez petition for writ of replevin and complaint for money due Tina Trujillo as parent and natural guardian of Albert L Espinoza her incapacitated son vs Harold Trujillo qomplalnt for damages for personal injuries and for approval of settlement ql Judith M Espinosa as secretary of the New Mexico Department of Environment qnd the New Mexico Environment Department vs Danny Garcia and Shelly Garcia individually jointly and separately and as husband and wife petition for permanent injunction civil penalties declaratory relief arid application for preliminary injunction Margaret Mary Lopez vs city of Santa Fe complaint for declaratory judgment and for injunction relief Roy Patrick Martinez vs Carman Enterprises a sole proprietorship and Steven Carman complaint for personal ipjuries KingYung Chen and Sandy Chen husband and wife Yin Yang Restaurant vs Properties complaint for breach of contract fraud prima facie tort related claims and for Injunction Rossie N Gentry a widow vs state of New Mexico the New Mexico Department of Military Affairs the New Mexico Army National Guard Division complaint for inverse condemnation Melvin C Chavez vs the Aetna Casualty and Surety complaint for declaratory relief and damages for bad faith Viola Santana for Gabrielle Santana vs Patsy Sandoval for Aiden Sandoval complaint seeking Injunction preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order City of Espanola vs Orlando Martinez notice of appeal City of Espanola vs Carmen R Herrera notice of appeal Jane Vigil Jennifer Yara Joshua Yara and Antoinette Tripp vs Ernestine Clayton DIVORCES The following divorces have been fled in state District Court in Santa Fe Elizabeth Ann Valdez of Santa Fe vs Floyd R Valdez of Santa Fe Patty Romero of Los Alamos vs Daniel Anthony Romero of Los Alamos Ben P Gonzales of Santa Fe vs Maria Gonzales of Santa Fe Gary Montoya of Santa Fe vs Teresa Sue Montoya of Santa Fe Thomas E Mastronardo of Santa Fe vs Laura E Mastronardo of Santa Fe Preston Duwyenie of Santa Fe vs Caroline Duwyenie of Santa Fe Rosalinda Kolb of Chimayd vs Frank G Morgan of Greenwood Va Nicketti Castle Lunt of New Mexico vs David Lawrence Lunt of New Mexico Diane Maestas of Rio Arriba County vs Daniel J Maestas of Rio Arriba County Jacqueline R Hall of Santa Fe vs Michael W Hall of Santa Fe Angela C Klebesadel of Los Alamos vs William F Klebesadel of Espafiofa Cynthia H Winston of Santa Fe vs Daniel H Winston of Santa Fe Rose M Musick of Espanola vs Claude Musick of Espanola Mary Israel of New Mexico vs Stephen T Israel of New Mexico Tanya P Cope of Santa Fe vs Franklin Eugene Cope of Kentucky Joe Ernest Griego of Santa Fe vs Patricia Ann Griego of Santa Fe Helane C Lehman of New Mexico vs Rolfe Lehman of Chimay6 Michael P Chavez of Santa Fe vs Charlene E Acuna Chavez of Santa Fe Lisa Marie Sanchez of Santa Fe vs Joseph Gerard Sanchez of Santa Fe Louise A Trujillo of Rio Arriba County vs Peter B Trujillo of Rio Arriba County Adrienne V Pusch of Santa Fe vs Bernard Pusch of Santa Fe Gloria J Gonzales of Los Alamos vs Anthony J Gonzales III of Los Alamos Rena Oyenque Salazar of Espanola vs Dennis Salazar of Espanola Gregory L Re of Santa Fe vs Jacqueline Rae Re of Santa Fe Janice Theresa Baca of Santa Fe vs Martin Lawrence Baca of Santa Fe Steven R Barela of Santa Fe vs Cesaria J Barela of Santa Fe Marquita Fuller Holzinger of Pecos vs Jay Fredrick Hofzingerof Rutland Vt MARRIAGES The following couples have filed for a marriage license in Santa Fe County Scott Burnett 30 and Maylinda Marie Davila 39 both of Santa Fe Daniel W Schreck 39 of Chimay6 and Teresa Juarez 46 of Albuquerque Ricky Joe Bailey 34 and Joyce Ann Gravel 37 both of Tahuya Wash Juan L Martinez 19 and Jessica Lynn Gutierrez 20 both of Santa Fe Jeffrey W Hendrson and Laurie M finkerton 30 both of Santa Fe David Smith 51 and Patricia Brooks of Santa Fe Manfred Zollner 33 and Birgit Renate Greger 27 both of Munich Germany Grant David Hayunga 23 and Anne Stavely Dickinson 24 of Glorieta Jerry N Lucero 34 and Crystal L Reids 26 of Santa Fe Aaron Bohrer 33 and Janine Lehmann 34 both of New York Philip B Edgerton 50 and Gayle Maxon 42 of Santa Fe Flavio Sanchez 40 and Lynda Feman 35 of Glorieta Mark Lehman 32 and Diane E Montoya 26 of Santa Fe Propertytax task force Claiming public hearing A governors task force study ing ways to provide property tax velief for homeowners in Santa Fe and elsewhere in New Mexico is asking for public comment at a faceting scheduled Friday at the ijtate Capitol Although all our meetings are qpen to the public this is the meeting at which substantial public comment will be solicited Dick Minzner sec ijetary of the state Taxation and Revenue Department said j Fridays meeting starts at 9 in the Capitols Room 307 Gov Bruce King appointed the task force headed by Minzner to make recommendations for the 1994 legislative session King ve toed two 1993 bills intended to provide relief for Santa Fe resi dents whose property tax bills have skyrocketed as property values have increased in recent years Minzner said those wishing to speak at the meeting should limit their prepared remarks to three minutes He also asked that speakers bring their property tax bills from the last two or three years to show whether changes in their property taxes result from changes in their as sessed value or from other fac The New Mexican BINGO CRISTO REY SCHOOL Tuesday September 28 at Drawing 19 Colored W PLAY ALL NIGHTBOTH SESSIONS 17 doors open at GUARANTEE JACK POT GUARANTEE JACK POT A me ratw mtMUAN Ar Another million needed for renovations Application for appointment of guardian ad litem El Pueblo State Bank vs Tomas Cordova and Olivia J Cordova husband and wife Alfonso G Sanchez and Cecilia Sanchez husband and wife Tamara Cordova Rio Arriba County Treasurer Internal Revenue Service New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department Walter Industries MidStates Homes First Finance Co American Furniture Co and Valley National Bank Complaint for judgment on promissory note and to foreclose mortgages Rebekah Green individually and as parent and next friend of Dawn Green a minor vs Mary Francis Halsted and Jeffrey Halsted complaint for personal injuries and damages and settlement agreement Theresa Encinias vs Dora Aldaz complaint seeking injunction preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order In the matter of the proceedings to compel the attendance of Pomona Stone Magid as a witness in a criminal prosecution in the state of Illinois motion for order requiring the attendance of a witness RL Stacy Construction vs Rex Reagan complaint seeking injunction preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order Empire Builders Supply Co a New Mexico corporation vs John S Bakker complaint for collection of worthless checks Joe Quintero vs Henry Valencia Motors and Lance V Armer complaint for personal injury Stephen B Phillips vs state of New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division petition for appeal of drivers license revocation Juan Garcia and Viking Insurance Company of Wisconsin vs Clarrisa S Sanchez and Carolyn Lea Williams complaint for property damage and subrogation Arthur A Fields vs Alfred Medina and Theresa Medina verified complaint for collection of unpaid debt Regina P Pacheco vs Eduardo Archuleta and Anthony Archuleta complaint to recover damages for personal injury Adam Martinez and Geraldine Arebatos vs Auto Credit of the Southwest complaint for damages to personal property State Employees Credit Union vs Robert M Romero compliant for collection of debt Amanda Olivervs Samuel D Lucero complaint to recoverdamages for personal injury By KAREN PETERSON The New Mexican The state General Services De pavement will ask the Legislature for an additional million this year to cover the cost of remod eling about a third of the states office buildings and service cen ters so they are accessible to the disabled General Services Secretary Laura Threet told the Legislative Finance Committee Monday that the money together with million already appropriated will be enough to remodel just the state buildings where public access is the most important such as health and social ser vices offices Access for the disabled is re quired under the federal Ameri cans with Disabilities Act Gov eminent agencies and some pri vate businesses must comply with the act by 1995 Building modifications include wheelchair ramps widened doors and access to restrooms Threet said the total of Public invited to speak at hearing about police million would pay for modifica tions to about 330 of the more than buildings the state owns or lenses The money wont be enough to remodel any of the states pris ons or hospitals but facilities at some of the states parks could be included in this first round of remodeling Threat said Remodeling of several facili ties in Northern New Mexico and Santa Fe already has begun The projects include a rehabilitation centerviii Taos state Department of Labor offices in Las Vegas and Espanola and three buildings at the New Mexico Boys School at Springer Work also has begun on five state office buildings in Santa Fe Ihreet said the renovations in Santa Fe alone will cost about Threet didnt give an estimate for the total cost of bringing all state buildings into compliance with the act She said the state plans to pull out all the stops to meet the 1995 compliance dead line The New Mexican People wishing to comment about the Santa Fe Police Depart ment are invited to speak at pub lic hearing scheduled for Oct 25 at Sweeney Center The hearing is to be conducted by a team from the national Com mission of Accreditation for Law Enforcement Santa Fe police for the past four years have been seeking to be accredited by the commission To become accredited the lo cal department must meet a lengthy list of standards and must be inspected by the com mission including an onsite in spection in late October The inspection team consists of highranking officers from Pe oria Greeley and Rapid City About a year ago Santa Fe po lice held a public hearing in which were asked to comment on the department in connection with its bid for ac creditation That hearing did not attract many people Those who do not want to speak in public about police can call the accreditation team be tween and 4 on Oct 25 and 26 at 4735062 or call commission headquarters at 1 8003683757 A written news release from City Hall quotes U Beverly Len nen saying that after the teams review of the department in October the team will sub mit a report to the full commis sion which will decide whether the Santa Fe Police Department should be accredited Accreditation is for five years during which time the depart ment must submit annual re ports To remain accredited the department must comply with more and more standards set forth by the commission Killer1 bees found south of Phoenix The Associated Press PHOENIX A swarm of killer bees has been found 51 miles south of here near Arizona City officials said This is the llth swarm of the aggressive bees discovered in the state Arixona Department of Agri culture officials said Monday Killer bees are blamed for about 150 deaths since their accidental release in 36 years ago Repertory director separate A mutual separation be tween the New Mexico Reper tory Theatre and its artistic di rector became final Monday the Reps managing director said Managing director Bob Mac Donald said Monday he did not know what the financial condi tions of the settlement were be tween the Rep and Martin Platt Attorneys for both sides have been negotiating about how to break Platts contract since it was announced in August that Platt and the Reps board of di rectors had artistic and other differences over the direction and future of the theater Soon after the Reps seasons schedule was changed to reflect more culturally aware or gener ally accessible shows Platt the former director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festi val and Birmingham Repertory Theater came to the Rep in June 1992 Platt could not be reached for comment Monday The New Mexican in Schooler Jim Schooler recently joined McGce Memorial Chapel is i Funeral Director Schoolerattended the University ntTexns in Austin where he studied Business Administration and is a graduate of the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service Jim is the fourth uenermion of his family in the funeral service industry He has 12 years of combined experience in funeral counseling management and hospice and bereavement counseling Jim is enjoying the naive outdoor lifestyle living in northern New Mexico affords and looks forward to getting involved in a variety of community activities MEMORIAL CHAPEL F U N E R A t D 1 320 IUISA SANTA FE 9839151 SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR OVER 50 YEARS MEAT GROCERY TBONE STEAK Prime Aged Lb 399 LEG OF LAMB Colorado Raised Lb GROUND CHUCK lrcsh Lean Lb 129 CHUCK ROAST Choice Boneless Lb 79 SHUR SAVINGS MILK Homogenized or Low Int Hnlf Gal SHUR FINE FROZEN ORANGE JUICE GRAPEFRUITS Medium SWEET POTATOES Lb RED DELICIOUS APPLES 3 Lb Bng RUSSET POTATOES 10 SHUR FINE BUTTER 129 Grade Ib fl PILLSBURY BUTTERMILK BISCUITS KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE LOAF PANSY FLOUR K29 Pinstripe 25 Ib NEAR EAST LONG GRAIN WILD RICE PILAF 49 f x HOY g SHUR 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